Force Z Survivors Organisation UK

In Memory of the Lost Men of HMS Repulse
~The Men Who Died During while serving aboard HMS Repulse during World War 2, prior to her loss in December 1941~

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We are extremely indebted to Don Kindell for his help in completing this listing.
We are also grateful to the Commonwealth Wargraves Commission for helping to fill-in background details.


Listed Chronologically

DAVID MAKIN
Cook (O) D/MX56604
H.M.S. Repulse, Royal Navy who died on
Sunday 23 June 1940 . Age 21 . 
Additional Information: Son of Jesse and Catherine Hiscock, of Parr, St. Helens, Lancashire. 
Cemetery: LYNESS ROYAL NAVAL CEMETERY Orkney, United Kingdom 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Plot P. Row 3. Grave 6.

Source: Website of The Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery


ALFRED KEELING
Cook (O), D/MX 58288, Royal Navy
Additional Information: Age 18. Died on 8th September 1940. Son of George and Sarah Keeling, of Middleton, Manchester.
Memorial: Plymouth Naval Memorial, Panel 42, Column 3.


NORMAN LONG
Ordinary Seaman, D/JX 189193, Royal Navy
Additional Information: Age 27. Died on 14th November 1940. Husband of Beatrice Long, of Stretford, Lancashire. Son of Frederick and Lucy Long.
Memorial: Plymouth Naval Memorial, Panel 39, Column 1.


CARYL LAVERS
Ordnance Artificer, D/MX51316, Royal Navy
Additional Information: Age 22. Died on 11th July 1941. Son of Ida Lavers, of Peverell, Plymouth.
Cemetery: Lyness Royal Navy Cemetery, Plot P, Row 4, Grave 2.

Source: Website of The Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery